Boeing said it sees signs of a strengthening air cargo market but nevertheless has lowered its long-term air cargo traffic growth forecast by 9.6% compared to two years ago. Boeing released its biennial World Air Cargo Forecast Tuesday, projecting annual air cargo traffic growth of 4.7% over the next 20 years, down from the 5.2% annual growth rate it forecasted two years ago. The manufacturer noted that “world air cargo traffic stagnated from mid-2011 to early 2013,” explaining, ...

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